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Anthony "Tony" Donno (born as Anthony Robert Cadamo) is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who performed stunts in Star Trek: First Contact.

He is the son of fellow Star Trek stuntman Eddy Donno. He has doubled for stars such as Peter Sarsgaard, Matt LeBlanc, and Jonah Hill.

Donno has performed stunts in films such as Catchfire (1990, with Dean Stockwell), Son of the Morning Star (1991), Chasers (1994), Waterworld (1995), The Tomorrow Man (1996, with Craig Wasson, James Saito, Deborah May, Cameron, Marcy Goldman, and coordinated by Eddy Donno), Volcano (1997, with Jacqueline Kim), Con Air (1997), Batman & Robin (1997, with John Glover, Paul Sklar, Steve Blalock, and Mark Chadwick), Kiss the Girls (1997, starring Ashley Judd), Pearl Harbor (2001), Deuces Wild (2002, with Christopher Leps, Ian Quinn, and stunts by Todd Bryant, Monty Cox, Joey Box, and Gene LeBell), National Security (2003), First Daughter (2004), Flightplan (2005, with stunt by Kim Koscki and Lynn Salvatori), Evan Almighty (2007), and From Mexico with Love (2007, with Bruce McGill, Henry Kingi, Sr., Gene LeBell, Eddy Donno, and directed by Jimmy Nickerson).

He has performed stunts in television series such as The Drew Carey Show (starring Diedrich Bader), Baywatch (1997, stunt coordinated by Gregory J. Barnett), Nothing Sacred (1997-1998, with Cindy Katz, Jeff Kober, and Richard McGonagle), Scrubs (starring Ken Jenkins), V.I.P. (2001, with stunts by Darlene Williams), Angel (2002), The District (2003), She Spies (2003 & 2004, with Samantha Eggar and Christopher Michael), Supernatural (2005, with Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Derek Webster), Monk (2006, with Charles Napier, Stanley Kamel, and stunt coordinated by Charlie Brewer), Crossing Jordan (2006, with Miguel Ferrer, Kristin Bauer, and Wallace Shawn), ER (2005 & 2006, with Scott Grimes, Leland Orser, Lily Mariye, and stunts by Edward Conna and Danny Downey), The Shield (2007), Californication (2007, with Pamela Segall), and was a regular stunt performer in 48 episodes of the second and third seasons of 24 (2002-2004).

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